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Recent works
Mark Tennant
Untitled 2024-17, ‎

Mark Tennant’s photorealistic paintings are renowned for their uncanny ability to capture small details of light and movement. Most of Tennant’s works are lit with a bright flash, giving the sense that his young subjects are the unsuspecting subjects of late-night Polaroid snapshots. His works are informed by the painting techniques of the Impressionists Édouard Manet and Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Tennant has taught museum copying at the Louvre and at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. His captivating paintings have been exhibited numerous times in the Salon d’Automne in Paris and...

Untitled 2024-17
Titus Welliver
Pine Knob Edge, ‎

Titus Welliver was born in 1962 in New Haven, Connecticut, to parents Neil Welliver, an established landscape painter, and Norma Cripps, a fashion illustrator. Welliver’s first learned to paint under the tutelage of his father and continued his artistic pursuit at Bennington College and the University of Pennsylvania. Eventually, he shifted his focus toward acting, which he studied at HB Studios in New York and later at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. This study led to roles in various series and films, most notably the title role in the show Bosch. However, Welliver has...

Pine Knob Edge
Kristin Jai Klosterman
Sunflower Series Yellow/Black, ‎

Kristin Jai Klosterman is best known for her large-scale mobile sculptures and mixed media paintings. Klosterman focuses on the exchange between contrasting mediums as a means to examine the balance of power between the masculine and feminine. While radically different in terms of presentation, both Klosterman's sculptural and painterly works draw their inspiration from an identical source—the Fibonacci sequence, which occurs spontaneously in nature. 


Klosterman's sculptures are exhibited in numerous public forums in California, Texas, and Tennessee and in private collections domestically as well as...

Sunflower Series Yellow/Black
Todd Williamson
Silence of Beginnings, ‎
Todd Williamson is a contemporary painter based in Los Angeles. His work is strongly influenced by mid-20th century American Abstract Expressionism. Williamson's paintings are characterized by their strict observance to geometry, enlisting parallel formations that reflect a formal consideration of light, color, and shape. Using a refined process of building and removing multiple layers of oil on canvas, his works employ both complementary hues and opposing values, focusing on subtle layers of color and movement. 

In 2017, Williamson's artwork was acquired by the director of the Brooklyn Museum. His project "Processional" was one of the twenty official exhibitions at the 58th...
Silence of Beginnings
Mark Tennant
Untitled 59, ‏‏‎ ‎‎

Mark Tennant’s photorealistic paintings are renowned for their uncanny ability to capture small details of light and movement. Most of Tennant’s works are lit with a bright flash, giving the sense that his young subjects are the unsuspecting subjects of late-night Polaroid snapshots. His works are informed by the painting techniques of the Impressionists Édouard Manet and Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Tennant has taught museum copying at the Louvre and at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. His captivating paintings have been exhibited numerous times in the Salon d’Automne in Paris and...

Untitled 59
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